Breeding records of kelp gulls in areas newly exposed by glacier retreat on King George Island, Antarctica
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- Breeding records of kelp gulls in areas newly exposed by glacier retreat on King George Island, Antarctica
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- 남극 킹조지섬 빙하후퇴지역의 남방큰재갈매기의 번식기록
- Lee, Won Young
- 기후변화; 남극반도; 둥지위치; 서식지; 온난화; Behavioral Sciences
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- Lee, Won Young, et al. 2017. "Breeding records of kelp gulls in areas newly exposed by glacier retreat on King George Island, Antarctica". JOURNAL OF ETHOLOGY, 35(1): 131-135.
- In recent decades, the glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula have been rapidly retreating. Using satellite images taken during the austral summer from 1989 to 2016,we estimated the glacier pattern on King George Island in the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica, and found that glacier boundaries have gradually retreated. We have recorded the kelp gull nest sites in this glacier-retreat region during four breeding seasons (from 2012？2013 to 2015？2016). Satellite images and newly established kelp gull nests suggest that glacier retreat could lead to an enlarged breeding habitat for kelp gulls.
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